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ダウンロードする WindowBlinds 6.4

WindowBlinds 6.4

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WindowBlinds is a software utility that allows you to completely change the look and feel of Microsoft Windows.

It works by applying new visual styles, called skins, across the entire user interface (title bars, push buttons, start menu, taskbar, etc.) of the operating system. As a result, you gain complete control over the way Windows looks.

As good as someone might think Windows looks, it is a one-size fits all solution. WindowBlinds gives users thousands of new looks to choose from.

With skins, WindowBlinds can change the look of:

  • Title bars
  • Borders
  • The Start bar
  • Progress animations
  • Explorer Views
  • and virtually every other part of Windows!
タイトル: WindowBlinds 6.4
ファイル名: WindowBlinds640_public.exe
ファイルサイズ: 20.97MB (21,989,024 バイト)
動作環境: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
言語: 多言語
ライセンス: シェアウェア
追加日: 2009年02月12日
作者: Stardock
www.stardock.com
MD5チェックサム: A1684F27B2B8B043DBC27AA7F11BFCEA

-Support for glass menu bars on Windows Vista
-Support for a different mouseover image on the right hand side of the Start Menu
-Control over the background color of the Start Menu "Programs" list
-Double clicking the top left of a per pixel window will now close it on Windows Vista
-Control over the search box text colour & font
-Better control over the Start Menu fonts & colors
-New section to allow a custom mouseover image used on the "Programs" link on Vista versus the legacy solid color
-Start button overlay now supports animation
-About SkinStudio link removed from SkinStudio system menu (because the link was getting in the way)
-Resolved issue in SkinStudio where the NWA encoding and certain hue combinations caused conflicts
-Resolved issue in SkinStudio where editing the system fonts in skins which do not have any defined

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